FIRST TEAM

MICHAEL TAGLIAFERRI, San Ramon Valley, Sr., attack -- Tagliaferri, the East Bay Athletic League's Most Valuable Player, had 48 goals and 25 assists for the balanced Wolves, who won the North Coast Section Division I title. He is headed to North Carolina to play for the Tar Heels.

SAM LANGON, Monte Vista, Sr., attack -- The Chico State-bound Langon was a first-team All-EBAL selection, finishing with 48 goals and 19 assists. He was third on the team with 42 ground balls.

JACK MCCORMICK, De La Salle, Jr. attack -- The first-team All-EBAL selection led a Spartans offense that ranked 10th in the section, averaging 10.35 goals per game.

JEROME RIGOR, Foothill, Jr., attack -- Rigor, a first-team All-EBAL selection, had 61 goals and 51 assists for 112 points. He is one of only four non-seniors from Northern California to be named an All-American by U.S. Lacrosse.

MIKE HERNANDEZ, Piedmont, Sr., midfield -- Hernandez, who will play for Michigan next season, was a captain for the Highlanders, the Bay Shore Athletic League's MVP and a Northern California All-American.

ALEX RUTAN, Las Lomas, Sr., midfield -- Rutan, the Diablo Foothill Athletic League MVP, had 46 goals, 37 assists and 104 ground balls for the Knights this season. A Northern California All-American, Rutan is heading to Colby College in Maine.

JORDAN WEISS, San Ramon Valley, Sr., midfield -- The Penn State-bound Weiss had 26 goals and nine assists for the Wolves. He was a first-team All-EBAL selection and a Northern California All-American.

PATRICK WORSTELL, San Ramon Valley, Sr., midfield -- The All-EBAL second-team selection scored 50 points for the Wolves as he made the transition from attack to midfield. He originally committed to Syracuse for lacrosse, but will instead play football at Cal.

MATT CORBIN, De La Salle, Sr., defense -- Corbin led a Spartans defense that was one of the stingiest in the NCS, as it allowed just 6.35 goals per game. In the section playoffs, De La Salle allowed 15 goals in three games. Corbin is going to Haverford College in Pennsylvania.

CAMERON PARSONS, Monte Vista, Sr., defense -- A Northern California All-American and first-team All-EBAL pick, Parsons anchored a Mustangs defense that allowed the second-fewest goals per game (5.77) in the NCS this season.

ARAN ROBERTS, San Ramon Valley, So., defense -- Roberts, a first-team All-EBAL selection, had 45 ground balls and was responsible for shutting down the opposing team's best players.

CAMERON BOWLBY, San Ramon Valley, Jr., goalie -- The Wolves allowed the fewest goals per game in the NCS (5.57) this season. Bowlby saved his best for the section title game, where he made seven saves in a 5-4 win over De La Salle.

SECOND TEAM

Alex Tomei, Las Lomas, attack

Peter Tagliaferri, San Ramon Valley, attack

Nick Sheehan, Miramonte, attack

Wesley Greason, Acalanes, attack

Jakob Ternes, College Park, midfield

Michael Barbier, Foothill, midfield

D.J. Wessel, Amador Valley, midfield

Justice Fleischmann, Acalanes, midfield

Colin Tomeselli-Greenslade, Las Lomas, defense

Joe Abajian, California, defense

Gus Gradinger, Monte Vista, goalie